Jacksonville, Alabama police say they arrived in the scene of what appears to be a grisly double murder-suicide.
Law enforcement says that 44-year-old Alicia Williamon, 43-year-old Jeannie Williamon, and their mother 70-year-old Brenda Williamon, were all found dead inside of their home in the 8100 block of Highway 204 in Jacksonville.
Calhoun County Coroner Pat Brown says his office believes the mother shot and killed her two daughters before taking her own life inside of the Alabama residence.
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Coroner Brown says that upon initial examination each of the two daughters suffered a single fatal gunshot wound to the head.
Investigators say that the rigor mortis had set in leaving them to believe that the deaths occurred late Sunday night, possibly between the hours of 11 PM and midnight.
The Jacksonville Police Department alongside both the Calhoun County Coroner's Office and the Center for Applied Forensics at Jacksonville State University all responded to the scene of the shooting.
According to Brown, the corpses of the three deceased women were being sent to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences in Huntsville where an autopsy will take place to confirm their suspicions as to the cause of death.
Jacksonville Police say that at this time they have no idea what the motive would be for the homicides and suicides.
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